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Babita overcomes her disability and rewrites her future

Babita used to study at a government school in a village called Vasdev. SSISM met her during a career counseling session of 12th standard students.

Babita is Polio affected since childhood. She has a big family. Her father is a laborer, and her mother is a housewife. She has 5 siblings; two elder brothers who work as masons, one younger sister Mamta, who is a graduate but unemployed, and one brother who is a truck driver. Babita and her younger sister Mamta are the only two graduates amongst her siblings. Mamta was not allowed to work due to familial pressures.

During counseling, she told the organization that she wants to do something in life. She wants to help her family. Her poor financial condition and being differently abled makes it impossible for her to get a higher education.

SSISM impressed with her determination gave her admission to the college. They assured her that her education and transportation would be taken care of. She joined SSISM after her 12th and gained admission in BA. She successfully completed her graduation with the support of the college.

After graduation, Babita began working as a teacher in a school near her village. She, however, wanted to do something different and approached her college mentors.

She had high potential and wanted to do something different in life. She was asked to come to Bangalore with SSISM for a training program. This program could prepare her for a chance to appear for interviews.

Going to Bangalore or any other city for a girl in rural India is not at all encouraged. On top of it, if she was differently abled. Despite the resistance from her family, she was firm about her decision of going to Bangalore.

Her hard work and sincerity paid off well. With all her efforts, she got placed within 50 days of training.

Babita is now working in an award-winning company Vindhya Info in Bangalore.

Occasional support and a few words of encouragement were all that was required for this miracle to happen.

Babita can now speak English, and the confidence visible in her is amazing. She is not only self-reliant but supporting her family as well. She is also preparing for her Master's Program.

There are many more like Babita who need such support to rewrite their own destiny.

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Program Description

Sant Singaji Institute of Science & Management provides education to needy students who live in remote villages of MP.

Donations to this program will contribute to a fund that will cover the college tuition for the students from remote villages.

Sant Singaji Institute of Science & Management is in Sandalpur - about 4-5 hours away from Bhopal and Indore. The college offers many undergraduate and postgraduate courses. They also have a well-equipped library and their own software development wing.

The students belong to underprivileged backgrounds and live in remote villages. These villages are sometimes very far from the institute and beyond forest areas. They walk through forests just to reach the bus stop and then have to travel over 50 km by bus to reach college.

At Sant Singaji, a student pursuing any of the science or management courses receives aid with college tuition, basic computer training, spoken English, and exam registration. The college also provides free transport to the students.

When you donate to this program, you help in giving rural children a chance at education.

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About The NGO

Sant Singaji Institute of Science & Management
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Sant Singaji Institute of Science & Management

Sant Singaji Educational Society (SSES) was established in 2010, intending to creating social and economic transformation in one of the most backward areas of the country around the Gondwana area of Madhya Pradesh.

Sant Singaji Institute of Science & Management is a co-educational institute, with around 1000 students from 150 + villages on its rolls catering to the youth of three rural districts of Madhya Pradesh presently - Dewas, Sehore, and Harda.

The Institute was started by Mr. Pranjal Dubey, who left his high profile job in SAP Labs, Bangalore to set up this institute in his native village. Pranjal Dubey comes from a family that traditionally provided the head priest for the Sant Singaji Temple at Sandalpur in Madhya Pradesh.

At his father's passing in 1996 it was his duty to take over this role, and although he returned to Sandalpur annually for the temple festival, he continued his career as a software engineer in Bengaluru with the blessing of the village elders.

Every time he visited he encountered desperation from parents and youth who struggled to rise above poverty, despite the education and qualifications accessible to them. On investigation, he found the education available to local youth to be substandard. It became clear that he had a mission to change this and the chain of poverty that was left behind.

In only 7 years, the organization has achieved stellar results . 15 students, 14 of them being girls have obtained University ranks, putting Sandalpur on the education map of Madhya Pradesh.

Many of their graduates are working in companies in Bangalore, Hyderabad, Indore, Pune, etc in companies such as Cognizant, Wipro, CapGemini, SAP Labs, Infosys, etc.

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Founded in 1991
NGO Leadership

Prashant Sharma, CEO

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Transport | education

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Madhya Pradesh

Awards And Recognitions
Awards And Recognitions

2014: eNGO Award

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Last Audited by GiveIndia

December 2018

Program Updates

Program Updates

23 March, 2021

COVID Relief Work Updates and Alumni Selections



In the Pandemic time marginal and landless farmers, daily wage laborers, homeless living on the streets are having huge trouble getting even two times a meal per day. In order to make things accessible to the community, SSISM took an initiative to distribute 10,000 Sanitation and Dry Ration Kits to 400 villages in a radius of 50 km from Village Sandalpur. Different teams were formed for a variety of work. The procurement team was responsible to procure and pack the ration and health kits. Other team including drivers, coordinators, and volunteers distributed the kit in different villages. All this work was being documented (Beneficiaries’, details, id proof, villages, etc) by admin and account department jointly. Another team was monitoring all this work and was available for any intervention if needed. With the help of GiveIndia and our donors we were able to provide kits to 4389 families. For a long time college did not start full fledgedly but some of the staff members were coming, with the help of those SSISM started planting saplings in the premises. It was an initiative to promote green environment and to establish a connect between staff and environment. Members involved liked the initiative and are still connected as they now see those plants growing in front of them. For last 3-4 years SSISM students are getting selected in Ram Krishna Mission. These students work as resource persons in different states. 10 of SSISM alumni are already working in Ram Krishna Mission at different places from Guwahati to Rajasthan, from Chandigarh to Himachal Pradesh. This year also two of our students Vishal Prajapati and Abhay got selected, they will soon join the organization.

5 August, 2020

Holistic development of children


Holistic development of children

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We at SSISM primarily work on two aspects for students 1)Igniting Dreams 2) Giving the confidence to achieve dreams. As part of broadening the vision and giving them dreams we visited the Indian School of Business, L V Prasad Eye Institute (LVPEI), IKEA Store, Arcesium (DE Shaw) and Fernandez Hospital - Hyderabad

Through ehaconsortium.org We met people who are Inspiring and made a positive impact on society with their strong values and passion. Shri DVR Seshadri, Clinical Professor ISB, Dr. G Chandrashekar, Vice Chairman LVPEI, Dr. Evita, MD Fernandez Hospitals, & Mr. Ranvijay, Country head Arcesium spent good time with students explaining them the importance of values and following passion with persistence. It was a wonderful learning experience for all the students. A group of 47 B.Sc Seed Technology students recently visited Krishi Vigyan Kendra, Bankhedi to get exposure to new farming techniques and different varieties of seed. Dr. Pankaj Sharma gave a demonstration to the students of different types of equipment, he explained about Organic Farming, Vermi Compost, Gobar Gas. It was a great experience for students, students along with their faculty Mr. K. K Partidar and Mr. Radhe Shyam Nagar took an oath of "Swachata".

In the last 2 quarters, many events and trips took place. An annual sport and cultural event takes place every year 'Singaji Premere League'. An educational trip of 15-20 students students went to Bangalore. We conduct a program, UDHYAM for the benefit and overall development of students. This program is designed to give exposure of various entrepreneurship skills to students by giving them activity based knowledge. A seed money is also given to students to have field experience of small entrepreneur set up. Annual exams of students had started but due to lockdown rest of the exams are on hold till we hear from Vikram University, Dewas, Madhya Pradesh. We also undertake 2 Scholarship Exams for SNS and SVS - Singaji Nivedita Scholarship and Singaji Vivekananda Scholarship for the deserving students. Our two very bright students Ashwini Rajoriya and Smita Pandey were selected for a two month internship program in Luminious, Gurugram. After the completion of the internship Ashwini Rajoriya got placed there.

22 July, 2019


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Program Update

We are providing scholarships for 350 students. We have planned to provide scholarship for 300 new students in the academic year 2019-20. So far we have generated funds for 68/600. We are putting constant efforts to raise more scholarship funds. We have 1000 students enrolled among them these 350 students are the one who come from poor financial background. The selection process is rigorous and the process is still going on. Written tests, Personal Interviews and Home Visits for verification has been done. The awaited results of 12th class will clarify the seats of students.

Story from the field

Harshita was having a very well-settled family a year ago. All of a sudden, her father suffered heavy financial loss and due to loans taken from bank and private lenders, he is declared as Bankrupt. All the available savings and property taken by the bank and about to auctioned by the bank her whole family is stressed. She is in final year of BBA and is a very bright student. It had become very difficult for her parents to pay the fees for final year of graduation. The scholarship is helping her to complete her graduation. She needed a job as soon as possible. She has recently got placed in a finance company that is Gromor Finance situated in Indore.

What is the expected total number of beneficiaries in this program for FY18-19? 350
What is the number of beneficiaries/ benefits provided in this program, Year-To-Date 350
Village/City/State where project is located Village Sandalpur, District Dewas, Madhya Pradesh
Total Budget for the project for FY18-19 8225000
Total Expenses for the project YTD 8225000